"DeerGrove is a place where we come as we are to engage in worship"
At DeerGrove, we view worship as a conscious effort to constantly have God at the center of our lives. Our contemporary style worship service includes preaching of God’s Word, reading scripture, singing, and sharing our story in community. Worship songs, to express our thanks and offer our praise, are both contemporary and traditional. Expect to hear music worship led by guitar, drums, piano and bass guitar along with several vocalists. The reading of scripture is always part of our service and allows us to meditate on God’s word. Preaching provides application of the Word to our lives today. Post service coffee and hospitality time allows us to get to know one another on a deeper level and to encourage one another.
Advent Wreath Kits
If You Ordered an Advent Wreath Kit, Pick Up is Nov 27 at Church
Sunday December 4
Service of Installation
Taylor Sexton, Lead Pastor
Sunday December 17
Children's Ministry Program Practice/Fun Event 10:30 AM
Sunday December 18
Children's Ministry Program During Church Service
Friday December 23
Christmas Service 7:00 PM
Sunday December 25 No Service/Enjoy Family Time
ADULT CHRISTIAN FORMATION
Nov 13-Dec 11 9:15 AM
(No class on Nov 27)
Led by Bridget Jeffries, the topic for this session will be the Reformation.
Emotionally Healthy Discipleship led by Pastor Rick Fisk: Jan 1 – 22 (4 weeks)
Psalms led by Mark De La Paz: Feb 12 – Mar 12
A special group for those who have lost a close
relative due to death. Group members will be
able to share in a safe place and receive comfort.
The group will meet Nov 28, Dec 5,
and Dec 12 at 6:00 PM.
Every Tuesday Evening
All are welcome to gather at the church to pray for our world, our country, our local community, our church & personal requests for prayer.
Make new friends!
Various Life Groups meet during the week. Details are available on the information table in the narthex or contact Pastor Rick for more information.
Deer Grove Covenant Church is located at the edge of an industrial area which may lead a visitor to think the church will be cold and uninviting. What you will find is exactly the opposite. As you step inside the church, you will find a warm and inviting space designed for visitors and regular attenders to feel relaxed and comfortable! While you may see someone “dressed up” for Sunday service, most attenders wear casual clothing on Sunday mornings such as slacks, jeans, tops, sweaters, and even shorts during the summer months.